Sep 30, 2014

Pancakes Recipe / Basic Pancakes Recipe


Pancakes makes a great and healthy breakfast. Great for kids when they are rushing to schools. They will love it for sure..I have already shared a cherry and chocolate pancakes and pumpkin pancakes..Will share a eggless pancake recipe soon.


This pancake is so easy to whip up any time of the day. It taste so yummy and the texture is so fluffy and soft. I love it with honey because the soft texture drinks the honey and taste so yum..


I love to add lots of butter over them and enjoy it hot..So try this out and let me know how it turns out..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 1 to 2 mins per pancake
Makes : 12 pancakes
Recipe Source : Martha Stewart

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 cup
Sugar - 2 tblspn
Baking Powder - 2 tsp
Milk - 1 cup
Salt - a pinch
Butter - 3 tblspn melted
Egg - 1

Serving Ideas:
Honey / Maple Syrup
Fruits - Apples, Strawberries or anything
Nuts
Icing Sugar 
Jam
Whipped Cream
Chocolate Syrup

Method:

In a mixing bowl, crack open eggs and sugar. Beat till it turns light fluffy.

Add in milk and beat well. Add in melted butter and mix well.

Add in flour, salt, baking powder and mix gently.

Once it is combined. Set aside for a min.

Heat a tawa. Once it is hot, pour a ladleful of batter in the middle. Dont spread. Cook this on medium high heat till small bubbles form on top. Now flip over and cook for few more sec.

Remove the pancake to a serving plate and top it with some butter, Repeat with the remaining batter, and stack the pancakes one over the other by placing butter over each pancakes.

Drizzle with lots of honey or maple syrup and serve hot.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Crack open a egg


add in some sugar


beat till it turns little fluffy


add in milk


mix well


add in some melted butter


add in flour


sprinkle in some salt


add in baking powder


mix it gently


now the batter is done


it should be little thick


Heat a pan


Take a ladleful of batter


pour it in the center, dont spread it


cook till small bubbles form on top


flip over and cook for few more mins


remove it to a plate


top it with some butter and repeat


drizzle with some honey and serve


Enjoy





27 comments:

  1. That is such a soft looking pancake.Loveee the honeycomb pattern formed from the pan.

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  2. I just love all your recipes. Your a life saver. God bless you dear and may god full fill all your desire. Truly fan of your recipes. Lots of love and blessing....Good luck darling

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  3. That's a very simple recipe 😁 your recipes are super easy to make. A suggestion.. We can add 3-4 drops of vanilla essence as well in this batter😊😊 waiting for the eggless recipe 😊

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  4. Aarthi i luv ur recipies. U r a gr8 help especially in deserts.God bless u.

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  5. Pancake never seemed that easy...m sure gonna try them....

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  6. Should we add some ghee or butter for frying?

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  7. Can we make it with wheat flour instead of maida?

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  8. Hi.i liked ur recipe and tried it.but it was very bitter to taste.why and what should I do?

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  9. @AnonymousMay be u have added too much vanilla

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  10. No dear I didnt add vanilla at all.as u have not mentioned vanilla in ur recipee too. May be I added more baking soda. Is baking soda and baking powder different? How much to add?

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  11. Your recipe very nice n yummy

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  12. @AnonymousYes they are different. Baking powder should be used, not baking soda.

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  13. Hi.. can we make eggless pancakes? If yes what can be the substitute for egg?

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  14. @Anonymousu can add more milk, will share recipe soon.

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  15. Hi aarthi... i tried this recipe..it turned out really well... i want to make banana pancake ..so can i add banana puree in batter n make it?

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  16. @AnonymousI have recipe for banana pancake, check this http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2014/11/eggless-banana-pancakes-recipe.html

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  17. TThanks a bunch aarthi I really enjoyed trying out this recipe n I was really happy as it turned out well. ...

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  18. Thanks a bunch Aarthi! This really turned out well n um soooo in love with pancakes now. ...

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  19. Aarthi the pan cake looks very yummy.
    Can I store leftover batter of pan cake in fridge for future use?
    If yes then within how many days should I use it? Please reply soon. I want to make this for daughter but the thing is may be I will need 3 to 4 only.

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  20. @SAMYUKTHA SENTHILKUMARcheck my eggles pancakes http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/search/label/Pancakes

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  21. I made the recipe it turned out perfectly lookwise but in taste it was bitter what could be the cause couldn't take a second bite...

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  22. Loved it. Thanks Aarthi. Here's my version. Do visit.

    https://workingmomsrecipes.wordpress.com/2016/06/14/basic-pancake/

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